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1Back to top Go down   Brake pads in Australia  Empty Brake pads in Australia Mon Oct 07, 2013 10:41 am

Matthew-Brisbane

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Hello All

Where is the best place to buy brake pads in Australia?
Is it best to get them posted in from the UK?
What is the best brand ?

    

2Back to top Go down   Brake pads in Australia  Empty Re: Brake pads in Australia Mon Oct 07, 2013 11:03 am

Two Wheels Better

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I used to use the ICER pads from Motobins-UK when I had two piston callipers. They currently cost £8.75 (AU$14.93) without shipping costs, though the Royal Mail is about as expensive as one can get. Their part number is 22400, assuming you have an 8V K with two piston Brembos.  I suggest placing your bike's year/model info in your signature line for easier answer-making.

Another pad I like is 'Dunlopad' but they'll set you back about $45 per calliper at finer bike shops anywhere in OZ.


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AL-58

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I like the Dulopads.  They bite well, are not hard on disks (like the metal pads) and dont make the wheels black with brake dust.

Al


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4Back to top Go down   Brake pads in Australia  Empty Re: Brake pads in Australia Thu Oct 10, 2013 3:34 am

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I've been installing metalgear pads, primarily cos they are local. (Brendale)

You can get em off ebay or via their website or pickup although for some reason buying via ebay is a few dollar cheaper than the website. Just put new rears on an R1100RT and they cost $24.95 delivered via ebay or $28.90 delivered via the website or $19.95 pickup for organic pads.

http://www.metalgear.com.au/

    

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Matthew-Brisbane

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Thanks for all the replys

    

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